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The Language Commons is an international consortium that is creating a large collection of written and spoken language material, made available under open licenses. The content includes text and speech corpora, along with translations, lexicons and other linguistic resources that support large-scale investigation of the world's languages. Members of the consortium include academic, industrial, and government organizations in many countries
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by Nelson Francis and Henry Kucera
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A Standard Corpus of Present-Day Edited American English, for use with Digital Computers. By W. N. Francis and H. Kucera (1964), Department of Linguistics, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA. Revised 1971, Revised and Amplified 1979.
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Topic: en
language commons
by Linguistic Data Consortium, University of Pennsylvania
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Transcripts of 36 calls from the Switchboard Corpus, including phonetic, syntactic, discourse, and disfluency annotations.
Topic: en
language commons
by Alfius Polita, Anthony Woodbury, Rebecca Hetherington, Peter Appleby, Rosey Billington, Lea Brown, Isolde Kappus, Sutriani Narfafan, Kristine Yu
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Recordings for the Kirikiri language of Papua [ISO kiy], made at Australian National University in December 2011, during the ANU Tone Workshop.
Topics: linguistics, phonetics, phonology, tone, prosody
language commons
by Steven Bird
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International Workshop on Language Preservation, May 2012, University of Goroka, Papua New Guinea
Topics: endangered language, language documentation
This a chapter of a book called Arabic Phonetics. It is in Arabic.
Bilingual Manx to Irish word list in XML.
This corpus has been prepared from several web sources; formatting, markup and verse numbers have been stripped.
US presidential inaugural addresses 1789-2009
language commons
by Philip Tama, Larry Hyman, Margit Bowler, Siva Kalyan, Roger Lumley, Robert Petterson, Jeff Spingeld, William Steed, Oscar Wood
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Recordings for the Alekano language of Papua New Guinea [ISO gah], made at Australian National University in December 2011, during the ANU Tone Workshop.
Topics: linguistics, phonetics, phonology, tone, prosody
This corpus contains a collection of (mostly) morphological paradigms,derived from a survey of paradigms [1] found in the linguistics literature.[1] Catherine Bow, Baden Hughes and Steven Bird (unpublished) A Four-Level Model for Interlinear Text.
language commons
by Simon Bruno Hindom, Keith Snider, Fanny Cottet, Virginia Dawson, Matthew Dryer, Owen Edwards, Lenice Harms, Kathleen Jepson, Isolde Kappus, Bert Remijsen
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Recordings for the Iha language of Papua [ISO ihp], made at Australian National University in December 2011, during the ANU Tone Workshop.
Topics: linguistics, phonetics, phonology, tone, prosody
Annual US presidential addresses 1945-2006